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Loudshine - 1994 Loudshine

ARTIST: Loudshine
ALBUM: Loudshine
LABEL: Long Island Records
YEAR: 1994


LINEUP: Nina Zzo - vocals * Dominique Condo - guitars * Tony Wilde (Tony Cutrone) - bass * Patrick - drums

TRACK LISTING: 01 Borrowed Time * 02 Medicine Dance * 03 Lil' Conning Game * 04 Barracuda * 05 Who Should I Believe * 06 Sinner's Girl * 07 Why? * 08 Spike * 09 Wheels Are Turning * 10 Little Angel * 11 Love To Fear * 12 Mama Says (I'm Crazy)


Canadian band from Toronto, female fronted too, with the impressive Nina Zzo up front. Loudshine have been compared to Saraya and Sahara (the Liz Vandall version), and were formed the same year as this album was released. It was one of the releases in the first batch of albums put out by Long Island Records, who were more renowned as a reissue label back in the 1994/1995 timeframe.

The Songs
For mine, 'Sinners Girl' and 'Mama Says' are very decent efforts, so too the snake-charming 'Medicine Dance' and the languid 'Love To Fear'. Loudshine get to do an alternative take on Heart's Canadian classic 'Barracuda', while 'Who Should I Believe' is the album's ballad moment.

In Summary
Loudshine have delivered a decent one-off effort, even if it came from a point on the timeline where melodic rock was an underground scene. The band have a Facebook presence thanks to bassist Tony 'Wilde' Cutrone.

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